A native of France, Nicolas Jenson was one of the most important printers operating in Venice in the fifteenth century. Between c.1470 and 1480, Jenson produced around 150 books including the 1475 printing of St. Augustine's "De Civitate Dei" or "The City of God." The quality of Jenson's books influenced greatly the revival of fine printing in Britain in the nineteenth century. The great British typographer Stanley Morison (1889-1967) once said that Jenson produced "the... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews )
St. Augustine of Hippo, the famous Christian convert and bishop, teaches basic rules of scripture interpretation, teaching, and preaching. He also advocates free sharing and distribution of information as a multiplier of wealth and stimulus to learning; discusses semantics and linguistics; and does a whole bunch of theologizing. Fun stuff! favoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Audiobook - nonfiction, Religion, Bible Source: Tr. by James Shaw, Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers.
A LibriVox recording of The Enchiridion of Saint Augustine, translated by Prof. J F Shaw. Read by Darren L. Slider The Enchiridion, Manual, or Handbook of Augustine of Hippo is alternatively titled, "Faith, Hope, and Love". The Enchiridion is a compact treatise on Christian piety, written in response to a request by an otherwise unknown person, named Laurentis, shortly after the death of Saint Jerome in 420. It is intended as a model for Christian instruction or catechesis. - As the... Topics: librivox, religion Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
A deacon requests advice on how best to explain the faith to people who want to become Christian, how to know how he's doing at it, and how to keep it interesting both to them and himself. Augustine's answer touches on all sorts of things, from teaching, public speaking, and linguistics to salvation history and the psychology of converts. Interesting and useful stuff! Translated by the Rev. C.L. Cornish, 1847. Topics: Audiobook - Nonfiction, religion Source: Seventeen Short Treatises of St. Augustine, trans. by C.L. Cornish and H. Browne, 1847.
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"Acta synodi diocesanæ, habitæ in civitate, St. Augustini, 19 die octobris, A.D. 1861. Acta primæ synodi diocesanæ, habitæ in civitate, Savannensi, feb. diebus 23, 24 et 25, 1862. Decreta secundæ synodi diocesanæ, habitæ in civitate, Savannensi, dic. [!] 13 februarii, 1863": p. -36